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Bossier City family mourns fallen deputy
KTBS-TV
Dozens gathered at Airline Baptist Church Saturday afternoon to remember Orange County sheriff's deputy Jonathan Scott Pine. "We could all model Scott's servant heart. He put the community before himself," Chad Mills, Pine's brother-in-law said.
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Debbie Wasserman Schultz isn't on the medical marijuana bandwagon
Sunshine State News
The congresswoman's office may downplay her position, but Debbie Wasserman Schultz's opposition to medical marijuana makes her the highest profile Democrat in Florida to take such a stand.
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Pill mill crackdown helps decrease prescription drug deaths
WEAR-TV
A new medical examiners report says a pill mill crackdown has helped lead to a decrease in prescription drug deaths.
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Law enforcement officers recognized at Congressional Law Enforcement Awards
Bradenton Herald
Winners included deputy Joseph Scott of the Manatee County Sheriff's Office, investigator John Morningstar of the Bradenton Police Department, task force officer Michael Skoumal of the Bradenton Police Department and detective Joseph Rogers of the Palmetto Police Department.
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Hill: Buyers' remorse on marijuana?
The Hill
CBS found that just 48 percent of Americans believe marijuana should be legal, down from 51 percent in two earlier polls taken by CBS in January and February.
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Sheriff Ben Stewart named Chairman of Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranches
WCTV-TV
Madison County Sheriff Stewart has been engaged and involved with the Youth Ranches for several years. They are honored to have Sheriff Stewart as Chairman.
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50 arrested in Operation Safe Summer
First Coast News
"We appreciate the opportunity to participate with this tri-county warrant sweep. The combined efforts of all involved are fundamental to getting these criminals off our streets," said Flagler County Sheriff James L. Manfre.
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Bossier City family mourns fallen deputy
KTBS-TV
Dozens gathered at Airline Baptist Church Saturday afternoon to remember Orange County, Florida sheriff's deputy Jonathan Scott Pine. "We could all model Scott's servant heart. He put the community before himself," Chad Mills, Pine's brother-in-law said.

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Deputies start using Smartwater to catch burglars in Palm Beach County
Sun Sentinel
Deputies are turning to a spray to slow the flow of crime in Palm Beach County. It's called Smartwater CSI, and it's a high-tech liquid that the sheriff's office expects to deter burglars and catch the ones who continue to steal.

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Volusia County Sheriff Ben Johnson recognized as part of Internet newspaper's 5th anniversary
Headline Surfer
As part of its fifth anniversary celebration, Headline Surfer salutes Volusia County Sheriff Ben Johnson for his selfless leadership and proven experience in the mission of serving and protecting the county's residents.

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BCSO to provide inmate labor for animal shelter support
SpaceCoastDaily.com
Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey is proud to announce that the Sheriff’s Office will be enhancing current inmate labor services to support the health and welfare of animal shelter dogs.
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Police officer does something really great for young boy
Opposing Views
"I believe children deserve presents on their birthday," Jacksonville Sheriff's Officer Derek Pratico told First Coast News. "That's just the way I was raised."
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With hurricane season approaching, stock up on tax-free hurricane supplies
Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
The Florida Legislature created a sales-tax holiday on hurricane supplies, which will help you save money on items that will be useful in the event of a hurricane.
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